Mormon Beliefs

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Mormon Beliefs

Historically Mormonism strongly emphazised theological distinctives from Christian churches. For example, in Mormon doctrine, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are three separate gods. Today however, Mormon churches tend to focus on similarities with those from Christian backgrounds. However, although Christian terminology is often used in Mormonism, the meaning can be quite different.

Holy Books

The following books are considered as Holy and from God by Mormons

Miscellaneous Beliefs and Issues

Mormonism: Polygamy

Although in popular culture, Mormonism is often associated with polygamy, its largest denomination, The Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter Day Saints, does not support polygamy. Some other Mormon sects do however promote polygamy. In recent years in Utah, the main stronghold of the Mormon religion, there have been numerous high profile cases of prosecution of polygamists.

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